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! (gretchen narrando) hace tiempo aprendí que no le cuesta mucho a marc meier partir mi corazón a la mitad. opté por una renovación de mi misma. (narrador) henna con efecto feliz. ♪ (gretchen narrando) cuatrocientos años, 20 tallas de ropa y 70 millones de litros de lágrimas después la doctora hassman me convenció de empezar una nueva fase. la fase sin meier. ¿segura que esta caída en paracaidas cambiará mi vida? sí, cuando ves el mundo desde arriba puedes comprender que cualquier problema es pequeño. de acuerdo, confío en usted. ¿vamos a ir las dos juntas? claro que no, hay que valerse por sí misma. es importante que de vez en cuando hagas las cosas sola. ¿qué fue lo que me dijo? el paracaídas abre automáticamente, gretchen. ¿qué? (gretchen narrando) mi nueva yo enfrentaba un ligero viento en contra. pero pronto se encontró frente a una luz con su brillo. y volé. es lo que tenía que sentir para organizar mis ideales. de pronto tenía todas las respuestas frente a mí. voy a superar al doctor meier. y seré una doctora en jefe. además voy a intentar la dieta de la
that the stock dipped and is now trading higher on amazon. >> and up next, marc faber, wait until you hear who he says will be hurt when things turn aron and hank greenberg is suing the government over the bailout terms forced on aig. how does he respond to kritics who say he's being ungrateful? he's talking to us first. international paper reported mixed earnings. we'll talk to the company's ceo about where they are headed and how corporate corruption is impacting the way he does business. that and more on "closing bell." back in a moment. [ woman ] don't forget the yard work! okay. [ male announcer ] with citibank's popmoney, dan can easily send money by email right from his citibank account. nice job ben. [ male announcer ] next up, the gutters. citibank popmoney. easier banking. standard at citibank. to deposit checks from anywhere. [ wind howling ] easier than actually going to the bank. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. >>> welcome back. amazon shares spiking after reporting earnings. jon fortt with more on the quarter. >> more positives to pick out of this earning
. marc saltzman, a tech contributor from usa today, joins us. mark, i have to ask you, you showed us yesterday about this technology, a thin coating that protects electronics from water being applied to a sony phone. is sony's agreement with hzo exclusive so far as you know? > > so far as i know it is not hzo's technology that sony is using, it's their own proprietary way of protecting the circuitry, and they have got tempered glass on both the front and the back of their android z - their xperia z smart phone is what you're referring to - and it does allow you to submerge it in water for up to 30 minutes, and that is good news for people who have accidently dropped their phone in a toilet or the sink. but hzo is a separate company altogether that i believe is inking deals with various smartphone manufacturers, and that does apply a thin coating to the internal circuitry of smart phones at the manufacturing level - so it's not something consumers do. but i believe that they are not exclusive to any one manufacturer at this point in time. i remember seeing them at the 2011 ctia wirele
conciertos. >>> jennifer lÓpez dijo que su separaciÓn con marc anthony fue lo mÁs doloroso, y todo su sentir lo dejÓ salir en una pelÍcula que estrena hoy. ♪ >>> en la pelÍcula jennifer lÓpez es leslie un agente de bienes raÍces. >>> tremendo papel. cÓmo te preparaste para ese personaje? >>> es algo que llegÓ a mi vida en el momento perfecto. >>> o sea que tiene mucho en comÚn leslie con jennifer lÓpez. >>> madre soltera, pasando por el peor momento de su vida cuando se divorcia, yo pase por un momento asÍ, lo dificil, lo que levantarte por la maÑana. >>> habla de su separaciÓn con marc anthony. >>> gracias a dios que tenÍa ese papel, porque podÍa usar todos esos sentimientos. >>> fue un desahogo mÁs bien? >>> una terapia, porque me sentÍa agradecida por tenerlo y tambiÉn por el director, y jason que apreciaron mi trabajo. >>> la escena cuando te quitas la ropa, cuÁntas veces la tuvieron que hacer? >>> no mucho tiempo, quieres hacer eso rÁpido, porque no quieres hacerlo muchas veces, porque quieres terminarlo ya. >>> no podÍamos dejar de hablar de la muerte de jenni riv
pinnedded on the marc service line so no service on marc and penn brunswick lines are running a special inaugural service pattern for you so keep that in mind for you. we are going to see, as the day continues on, as people try to make their way into union town, a lot of pedestrian traffic and limited parking. allow extra time out there if you have to make the trip in towards downtown. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. e traffic. >> thank you. >>> d.c. streets normally packed with cars will be abuzz with people in just a few hours. >> this as president obama prepares for a public swearing in, his inaugural address, a parade through the city streets and two official inaugural balls. listdom martin on the national mall where people are already lining up for the kickoff. >> good morning. people are starting to filter in. it is pretty quiet down here right now but you can best believe that, as the day progresses, the crowd will get larger and larger. the first time the president got sworn in, are there were people on the national mall from the capitol as far back as the eye coul
. >> pierre: he's become a burr in the side of marc-andre fleury. he's driving him nuts. fleury is fighting him off. >> doc: 1:20 to go. the goaltender was about to shed off, bryzgalov, he heads back. extra attacker. off a stick, and wide. and gotten by couturier. four defenders and fleury for the penguins. six attackers for the flyers. trying to tie it up. fleury, letang played it on. bouncer went away from meszaros. able to takex#Ñ it, giroux, awa from adams. back and recovered. helter skelter here! 40 to go on the power play. 1:05 left in the game. block bid the pens. sent by giroux. forced away by orpik. a stoppage of play. a penalty call. >> pierre: this is the rule i was talking about, letang -- i'm sorry. they're not calling letang. simmonds furious coming off the ice. they're calling skr ining girou trip. there's letang, playing the puck with his hand, but he never closes. that trip there catches the referee's eyes. wow. i'm not sure the flyers faithful will like that one at all. >> doc: bryzgalov is back in the cage. it's a goalie and four apiece. 1:02 to go. and a time-out has be
gone off simmonds. they'll have to chase it down. >> pierre: he's become a burr in the side of marc-andre fleury. he's driving him nuts. fleury is fighting him off. >> doc: 1:20 to go. the goaltender was about to shed off, bryzgalov, he heads back. extra attacker. off a stick, and wide. and gotten by couturier. four defenders and fleury for the penguins. six attackers for the flyers. trying to tie it up. fleury, letang played it on. bouncer went away from meszaros. able to takex#Ñ it, giroux, awa from adams. back and recovered. helter skelter here! 40 to go on the power play. 1:05 left in the game. block bid the pens. sent by giroux. forced away by orpik. a stoppage of play. a penalty call. >> pierre: this is the rule i was talking about, letang -- i'm sorry. they're not calling letang. simmonds furious coming off the ice. they're calling skr ining girou trip. there's letang, playing the puck with his hand, but he never closes. that trip there catches the referee's eyes. wow. i'm not sure the flyers faithful will like that one at all. >> doc: bryzgalov is back in the cage. it's a g
is also seeing delays,,thhs morning... we haae marc jones from the m-t-a joining us bb phone.good morning, marc..how is it looking right now? -3 3 ps jonathan warned us... we are seeiig a light covering of snow across our region this morning... and t could make for a slick morning commute. pommute.megan gilliland is - live in north ballimore withha look at how thhngs are shaping at this hour. &p3 ad lib... lii... 3 ad llb...i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morrnng ,3 news. 3 3 a three-alarm fiie reakssout in downtown breaks out ii a thhee--llrm fire breaks out in - downtown ballimore. 3 it happened at 12-45 this &pmorning in a threeestoryy -3building at north calverttand read street.the building is made up of office space and apartments... but no onn was inside at the time.theeccuse of theefire remainn under investigation. a loccdown at a virginia universitt has een lifted after state police on campus to e a hoax. aroond 9 last niihh at the 3 college at wise. & authorities coured the campus... whiie tate police pnnerviewed t
some problems out here. the weather not helping our commute for those along marc brunswick line. we are told you can anticipate at least an hour delay on marc brunswick trains. metro will honor your tickets. out here on the roads behind me, this is 395 at duke street. for the most part, just anticipating some precipitation here. we've had two separate accidents before and after quantico so already delays are forming at 610 head north up towards dumfries. this is northbound i-95 here in wood brim. this is that delay in the main line that i just mentioned headed out of woodbridge. brings, ramps and overpasses, that is what we're concerned with. i got a number of tweets coming in talking about how the ramp to and from the beltway are still slippery. i saw a number of truck on my drive in this morning on stand- by to help give you some traction. if you get behind a play train or salt truck rain, allow them to do their job. it will give you some traction. looking through the rain, this is like a nice little icicle here, southbound 270, lanes are open but the pace is slow moving from fred
tracking the rail delays. this is on the marc because of a disabled freight train. if you're traveling brunswick east. it's almost an hour now. 890 is still at a 23-minute delay. powder mill road in beltville at cherry hill road. an accident at that intersection. just past 66. one lane is blocked as you cross over the railroad crossing. because the railroad arm is stuck in the down position. police are on the scene of this incident here. aaron, over to you. >> thank you, danella. >>> loudoun county seeing some rain right now. but the roads, sidewalks, they are slick at this hour. news 4's tony tull is live for us. >> reporter: we are seeing rain. i switched out my winter coat for a rain jacket. that's what we're dealing with now. along route 7 in leesburg. as you mentioned, loudoun county schools closed for the day. that's pretty much why you don't see too many folks out and about. the roads still slick. a lot of salt trucks out early this morning putting out salt and sand. the temperatures hovering around freezing. you'll deal with slick spots, maybe even black ice. but guys, take a l
involving one vehicle overturned tying up the left lane both north and southbound. marc is running on a modified schedule this morning. special service available for those on the brunswick and penn lines. if we have the cameras, we'll pop them up for you. if you are traveling into downtown, you need to know what you can aened cannot do. the 14th street bridge is open across the potomac. all traffic being diverted over to the southeast-southwest freeway. there are closures from the third street tunnel between new york avenue and the southeast- southwest prey. tr bridge open for business headed into d.c. but they did i have are the you over to pennsylvania avenue and the whitehurst freeway at this time. memorial bridge open for pedestrian traffic and authorized vehicles only. make note of that. if you are travel ago long the third and ninth treat opportunity els, -- street tunnels, they are shut down. we can show you the live shot from the new carrollton metro stop. parking is starting to become an issue. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. e traffic. >> thank you so much.
, marc and vre. no major delays because of the weather but things are changing as we go this morning. >>> that's right. closing arguments begin in the case -- >> we got fresh school delays and closings first. alexandria -- arlington county public schools closed today. first school system in the area to completely close. >> alexandria is on a two-hour delay along with prince george's, all that on the bottom of the screen. >>> closing arguments begin in case of a former culpeper police officer. he's accused of shoot and killing patricia cook last february. he took the stand in his defense while jurors got to leave the courtroom and see the scene of the shooting for themselvesment harmon-wright claims self-defense saying he was afraid cook was trying to kill him with her car. >>> a baltimore man accused of murdering a 16-year-old will be back in court. michael johnson is charged with killing felicia barnes. barnes visiting from north carolina was found dead in the susquehanna river months after she went missing. during opening statements last week, prosecutors say of this a witness who
, the marc or the vre. angie, over to you. >> danella, thank you. let check in with melissa mollet at the live desk with breaking news. >> now a warning from egypt's prime minister. a new warning. he fears his state could collapse. he made the comment during a speech to military comments much the country sinks deeper into chaos and lawlessness. 60 people have been killed since last thursday. at the live desk, melissa mollet, news 4. >>> president obama will announce details of what could be the most sweeping immigration reform plan in decades. his proposal will be different from the bipartisan plan. eight senators presented yesterday. the white house says the president does agree in principal with their proposal. both seek to create a path to citizenship for the 11 million living in this country illegally. now is the time for immigration reform some say. they say the election is proof that this country is ready for action. maryland voters passed the dream act granting instate tuition to the children of undocumented immigrants who graduate high school and pay taxes. opponents are vo
attorney, marc davis. >> reporter: yes, and he has not answered any of our questions. >> i'm sure he will. i need to go. >> reporter: why can't you answer simple questions about what your policy is and whether or not anyone's been trained on title ix? >> he will answer those questions for you. thank you. >> reporter: do you not know those answers? do you not know those answers? >> for educators to stick their head in the hand about sexual abuse of minors and the application of title ix is a real problem. >> reporter: it's why the parents of a little girl hope their words, their pain inspire change. >> translator: i would like to ask that they pain attention and follow these laws because it can have a terrible effect on the life of a family when a tragedy happens. >> reporter: don't you think parents deserve to know? >> two weeks after that conversation with the superintendent, attorney marc davis e-mailed us generic information about title ix but did not address the specific questions we asked. he did say the district's title ix coordinators are trained but elected not to provide any of t
is the marc train station and just above that are some of the parking lots there. the town of laurel has made plans to tow commuters' cars out of these lots if the water gets much higher to try to protect the property of people who left their vehicles here to ride the train to work. they certainly can't respond right away. bottom line, if you're in historic laurel or you have left a car in a low-lying area in laurel, you need to get to that vehicle and get it moved or comply with the evacuation order because the water is in fact rising in the patuxent river here. reporting live in laurel, scott broom, wusa9. >> thank you, scott. obviously we will stay on this story. we'll have the latest for you at 5:00 p.m. and of course we will continue to follow it on wusa9.com. >>> in the meantime, the overnight rain caused some flooding in the area and some tense moments for some drivers. our delia goncalves has some dramatic video of drivers being rescued after they failed to listen to the warnings. >> reporter: you could blame it on the darkness of the early morning, but you would expect drivers saw if
shows our system may be messy, but most time it works. marc malkin is eonline senior editor. thank you, gentlemen, for joining us tonight. i love themes. i love award shows. i think the golden globe is always the best because you're allowed to drink, which is always an impressive fact of the evening. and inevitably somebody gives a long winded almost inexplicable speech. this year it was jodie foster. last year it was warren beatty how these other guys like jack nicholson and clint eastwood could keep going so late in life. your thoughts. what was that speech about by jodie foster, ted? >> i do think it was coming out. i think she made it -- >> is that what it was? >> yeah, i think it was coming out. but it was also i think a lot of talk about why she has really guarded her privacy for so long. >> that's an argument we'll have the rest of our lives. privacy versus telling everybody who you are. i'm sort of with the privacy crowd. i like that part of it. look. let me ask you about this political theme. you used to say once you did a movie about politics or baseball, it died. there was a
as you have enough calories. marc shiffman: the indigent population faces day to day challenges that are formidable, from the moment they wake up, until the moment they go to bed. and so what we-- you and i-- may take for granted in our day to day running errands and doing this and that, and getting here and there, and going to appointments, and meals and taking care of family, and whatever other responsibilities most of which we may consider mundane-- these are all the issues that impact adversely on their health, because they can't all be sorted out properly. and so in every way, shape and form, the lifestyle impacts adversely on their health. the effects of poverty on health appear to strike hardest at those who are at either end of the age continuum-- the very young and the very old. michael bryant: the concept of primary and preventative health care maintenance-- that is what we should be about, because if we can intervene early, then we are able to... to try and prevent some of the untoward effects that kids will realize as they grow older, as they become adults. you know,
. >> perma bear marc faber gave me a dire warning on the show. take a listen to this. >> i'm sorry, maria, you don't own any gold, and you are in great danger because you don't own any gold. >> well, that was scary. should you heed his advice and buy into gold and the rest of the commodities index, or are you better off riding the rally in stocks? take a look at the trade, commodities versus stocks next. >> and should the surprise contraction in gdp push back the fed's plan to end the stimulus program? >> and thank you for helping cnbc's twitter account break that 1 million follower milestone. if you're not already part of the action, follow us @cnbc. hope you will and follow me on twitter @mariabartiromo as well as google plus. we're back with more of the "closing bell." ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] it was designed to escape the ordinary. it feels like it can escape gravity. ♪ the 2013 c-class coupe. ♪ starting at $37,800. ♪ >>> welcome back. no matter how the market ends the day we're in the midst of a pretty good bull run for stocks. despite the run famed investor marc faber tellin
. traveling the roadways, they look clear. before that, let's talk about the rails. taking metro, marc, vre, rails are open. not seeing delays as of yet. now, let's look at 395. we talked about this a little bit earlier. traveling southbound 395 at seminary road. you still have that disabled tractor-trailer. not in the travel lanes, off to the right shoulder lane. in fact, 395 north and southbound, travel lanes are open, no issues to report. over to 66 heading out of haymarket, nice and clear really between the bypass and the beltway. checking live cameras in both directions, no incidents to worry about. even inside the beltway on 66, clear commute for you. over it you. >> thank you. 5:01. >>> gun rights advocates and owners will make their case as vice president joe biden's task force looks to curb gun violence in the country. the nra, other gun owner groups and sportsmen will make their way to the white house this morning. yesterday the task force met with victims' groups and gun-control supporters who say they were encouraged by the conversation. right is biden says the task force will u
the beltway to the 14th street bridge. looking good. metro, marc trains. >>> 32 degrees. the warning for bank customers this morning about a potential cyber attack. >>> it's not part of a new sci-fi (woman) 3 days of walking to give a break cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. it was such a beautiful experience. (jessica lee) ♪ and it's beautiful (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because your efforts help komen serve millions of women and men facing breast cancer every year. visit the3day.org to register or to request more information and receive a free 3-day bracelet today. it was 3 days of pure joy. ♪ and it's beautiful ♪ i -- i got it, i got it made ♪ ♪ i got it made, i got it made ♪ ♪ i got it made fresh at subway ♪ ♪ breakfast made the way i say ♪ [ male announcer ] at subway, you got it made. try a steak, egg white & cheese, tricked out any way you want. subway. eat fresh. happening today former arizona congresswoman gabrielle giffords will be in newtown, connecticut. she'll attend a private event for the
daniel... of pepto-bismol to-go. >>> time now for "sunday house call." joining us, dr. marc segal, nyu langone medical center, author of the swine flu and bird flu, everything you need to know about the next pandemic. >> and dr. david samadi. mount sinai medical center in new york city. >> good morning. >> a major warning as this year's flu season is already off to an early and very deadly start. thousands of people and more than half of the country have been infected just in the first few weeks of this winter season. what's going on? >> i want to tell people what flu is. a package, a tiny package of genetic material covered with an envelope. the envelope has proteins. h protein helps the virus get into your cell. the n protein helps the virus get into another cell. h3n2 is the version we're dealing with and it's bad. in 2003 it led to the deaths of over 40,000 people, a similar variety. we also know and the cdc said it tends to give you an early flu season, which we're seeing. it could take time at the end of this month or early part of next month -- we haven't seen the peak. we saw o
're looking for. >> thank you, marc. i have a question from the audience about a burgeoning market. any avenues for san francisco medical cannabis dispensaries? open to the panel. >> in terms of financing? i can tell you what will be the licensing and zoning regulations, but i think i would turn it over to our financial institutions, in terms of -- in terms of the type of business that you would consider financing. >> we look at all kinds of business. we always want to see a business plan. we want to see the cash flow. just like the lady before, you can have a good plan, but if you do not have cash -- good credit is always important. people sometimes have no cash or they may have a cosigner or partner that could help. >> opportunity fund is a 51 say -- 501 c nonprofit and we can make the bay area a better place especially for low and moderate-income communities. some of our funding sources, like the sba, certain kinds of businesses we cannot lend to. adult entertainment, primarily, alcohol sales, and then there are some things that we decided we are not going to lend to. we choose not t
- great half court bounce pass to marc trasolini streaking in for trasolini: 6 points, 11 rebs 3 foster - hits one of his 4 battered rex walters sees his dons fall to 7-11, 0-5 final: 85-54 broncos 49ers thoughts on big game >> last year, we beat the saints. just one or two games away but finally, we will find out who we play and take advantage and take care of business in atlanta. tried to get to the big one and when that one. >> just speak for myself. pack my toothbrush and a great attitude and play football. >> tony gonzalex x factor? 49ers on gonzalez it is difficult to believe that last weekend was his first playoff victory. when you have performed at the professional level for 16 years. they know the have to stop after less. >> he has played this game for a long time he has been consistently good. and planning at a high level and making big plays he is tremendous. he has done a lot with a tight end position. i take my hat off to him and i am very happy to be associated with them. >> he knows how to get over it. >> at noon on sunday. jacqueline, are you going to heavy party? >> not
the desperation 3-pointer but marc trasolini is there with the follow layup 69-65 santa clara final: 74-69 santa clara louisville florida >> one of the best players decided to retire. >> in deep if it is football in the -- he has been out since october with a tricep purify ray lewis..... he says that the playoff will be his swan song.. and a possible 49 opponent. green bay and minnesota on the road but they have not played robert griffin or rg the iii, by virtue of coming into second, they have a bye and coach jim harbaugh will try to talk about computers. >> they are the ones that we have not or we do not have the. is much. computer data on them. i am not making any predictions for that type of thing. but to get ready for all the teams across the board. >> thank-you. louisville, beat florida. on the sugar bowl...
preparan el escenario de la juro miamentacÓ que uno de los eventos contarÁ con la presencia de marc anthony, el cantante. >>> la cuenta regresiva para el evento mÁs importante en la polÍtica estadounidense ha camino skwadz, Último detalles se afinan para la inauguraciÓn del nuevo mandato del presidente obama, hoy el comitÉ organizador de la ceremonia abre las puertas de su tienda oficial un momento representativo dicen de la diversidad de la naciÓn vrnlts. >>> con tamtamos con la participaciÓn de la jueza sotomayor que fue elegida por el vicepresidente rgs el poeta richard blanco el primer poeta latino en participar en la ceremonia. en 2009 la ciudad recibiÓ mÁs de un millÓn 800 mil personas hoy el entusiasmo es palpable en la oficina de turismo de washington. >>> esta emociÓn sigue en 2013 cuando se ante skicipa en 2013 todavÍa se puede encontrar cuartos de hotel en la ciudad la suite presidencial mÁs grande esta aÚn disponible, lujo y esplendor por 15 mil dÓlares diario. >>> incluye un mayordomo en servicio 24 horas al dÍa y el uso de auto de la casa nos dice la directora
ustedes. >>> una escena que estamos yo y marc y nos fajamos, para mÍ era lo mÁs difÍcil, hace 7 aÑos que estamos juntos y le dije no puedo. >>> la actriz trabajÓ en 7 cintas, pero broken city es la mÁs importante para ella. >>> estoy muy emocionada. >>> se hablaba espaÑol? >>> tuvo que aprender lÍneas en espaÑol. >>> eres un gran actor, pero tambiÉn un excelente director, cÓmo te sientes mÁs cÓmodo? >>> me siento cÓmodo haciendo las dos cosas. >>> cuÁn importante es la taquila? >>> no vas a tener una pelÍcula taquillera si no motivas a los hispanos. >>> el apoyo es importante. >>> te imaginas lo importante que lleguÉ hablando espaÑol. >>> broken city se estrena el viernes. >>> gracias tony, a apoyar el talento latino. felicidades. costÓ trabajo decidir las cintas mÁs esperadas, pero despuÉs de revisar encuentas y consultar a los expertos de estados unidos, gran bretaÑa, mÉxico, le mostramos 10 de las pelÍculas esperadas del 2013. >>> una nueva versiÓn de superman llega este aÑo, y por primera el encargado de encarnar es un actor britÁnico. >>> espere a tom cruise y
much. >> marc? >> fst oall,hera ad, invoking the president's daughters, was beyond tone deaf, it was mean-spirited, small minded, and below the belt. it is harmful to their position. that is just a preliminary. let me give the these facts. in the 236 years of this country, from the revolutionary war all the way to both moral force -- world wars, six under ,000 americans he died fighting for their country. since robert kennedy had a bullet put in his brain at the ambassador hotel in 1968, 1,260,781 americans have died from firearms. 80% of all of firearm deaths, of the 22 countries in the first world, is here in the united states. that is not american exceptional is and we can be proud of. if we cannot agree to do something about that -- we did it about cigarettes, thank god. if we cannot do it, then let's just toss the old tall in now. >> can i pick up on that? >> with cigarettes, we had a de-glamorization campaign. we had tremendous success. smoking has been cut in half in about 50 years. it is the result of a culture. if we are talking about shootings and guns in this count
marc anthony y otros artistas darn nuestro color
n, vamos con los momentos más significativos de esta gala >> el presidente barack obama >> marc anthony. >> prince royce pusieron a mover a los presentes donde los latinos fuimos los protagonistas, los famosos fueron los que desfilaron, rita moreno fue la primera >> está muy bella >> ¿le complace mi trajecito? >> tanto que quiero bailar con usted >> si lo tocan. >> ¿que le gustaría que el presidente barack obama haga? >> tiene que cumplir con sus promesas, se le ha hecho difícil, casi imposible con el otro lado, pero el otro lado es intransigente. ♪ >> josé feliciano cantó el himno nacional de los estados unidos, y esto espera del presidente. >> que haga las cosas que le prometió a la comunidad latina, porque yo creo que ya es tiempo de arreglar las leyes de inmigración >> la actriz eva longoria fue la protagonista de la novia >> estoy nerviosa, es un honor para mi, para la comunidad, hay mucha gente que trabaja mucho por el presidente, y ahora es el tiempo que el puede decir gracias a todos >> los más jóvenes de la velada fue frankie negrón y prince royce >> ¿pensaste qu
tuvo una sorpresa especial cuando el vice presidente biden apareciÓ en el escenario. marc anthony, rita moreno y joÉe feliciano entre muchos otros. >>> brillaron otros latinos como eva lonnigoria y wilmer valderrama. >>> en este momento vivimos un momento especial para la comunidad latina. >>> el nuevo capÍtulo de la historia latina coronado hoy cuando la primera y Única magistrada hispana de la corte suprema de justicia sonia sotomayor juramentÓ a biden. >>> todavÍa hay mÁs, los reverendos encargados tambiÉn son latinos. >>> para poder ser una naciÓn buena tenemos que tener la habilidad de conversar el uno con el otro. >>> por primera vez un poeta latino escogido por el propio presidente para participar en su inauguraciÓn, richard blanco. >>> pensÉ en mis padres, mis abuelos, en todo el sacrificio, todo lo que ellos hicieron por mi. como que fue el fin de un capÍtulo en mi vida, el trabajo de todos lo que hemos luchado llegÓ en esa llamada. >>> este joven infante de marina el Único latino en la banda presidencial. >>> me emociona ser parte de un evento tan histÓrico y es
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noche hispana no podÍa faltar. >> el reconocido grupo de rock manÁ interpretÓ. >> mientras tanto marc anthony puso a los dos pisos del centro convenciones walter washington a bailar salsa. >> a pesar de las bajas temperaturas anoche cerca de 40. con mejores galas y todo para celebrar el segundo mandato del presidente hoy dÍa en su bolsillo en la aerolÍnea y los primeros por abordar siempre y cuando paguen 40 dÓlares, el embarque es utilizado por quienes tienen boleto de clase empresarial y no asigna asientos los pasajeros abordan el aviÓn en 3 diferentes grupos. >> en breve en el noticiero, veremos el hijo del famoso que >> esta tarde naciÓ el hijo de shakira en un hospital de barcelona pesÓ 6 libras con 6 onzas de nombre le pusieron milÁn que significa querido lleno de gracia y amoroso en es la fecha, y tiene diferente significados nos vamos con un reportaje que estÁ frente al hospital en donde tuvo lugar el alumbramien alumbramiento. >> finalmente ha llegado el momento acompaÑada de gerrard piquÉ en barcelona para dar a luz a su primer hijo segÚn fuentes cercanas al artis
lady. now, color can be used, as in this case, a painting by marc of "the red horses," it is used in an arbitrary way. we know horses aren't red. this has nothing to do with nature. color can be used decoratively. it can be used emotionally to suggest a certain emotional mood, evoke a mood on the part of the viewer. or color can also be used in a very arbitrary way whereby the artist is simply going and moving away from nature. and so you can see this in the very, very decorative and exciting way in which the artist is using reds and pinks and represents the color almost-- represents the horses in this non-representational way. color, texture and light is almost the subject of this painting by makovsky, "the russian bride." and in this work, again, light glistens. you have a clearly indicated light source, a window. but there is an implied light source which is not included in the painting, but we understand it by the reflections that glitter across the entire painting. look at the little boy, for example. now, through the use of light and the use of color, we have a sense and fee
about being on the front side of the internet browsers, netscape? marc andreessen is iconic. he is yours did. what do you make of how all of this came to be, given where you started? >> i think of part of it when i look at it is that i was a nobody, and i wanted to be somebody, and i did not know where to start, so i went this like journey of never agreeing to that i was nobody or that i could not do something, but i also did not have a target, so i traversed my life in this unconventional way, just pursuing whenever i had a passion for, whenever i felt could contribute to society or the technology that would be tomorrow. i pursued that. and that is what i climbed this mountain range. at every peak, the view is different, but for you to arrive at a different peak, sometimes you have to go down before you go up. sometimes we do not want to take a downside, we just want to keep going up. there is nothing wrong with that. tavis: it is anti-american to step down. that is our problem. but you are right. you cannot go to that next peak with of the ebb and flow. >> it is very interesting, becau
and their daughters. good morning, happy new year. i'm marc halperin, we have a lot to get to including a controversial decision by house leaders to not take a vote on hurricane sandy relief. some members of congress on both sides of the aisle are speaking out. first the big story on capitol hill and for the country this morning, a bill to avert the fiscal cliff awaits president obama's john hancock. around 11:00 p.m. eastern last night, the republican-led house gave final approval to a deal that will raise taxes on the wealthiest americans, and postponing the automatic spending cuts for two months. the package, which would be signed by the president as early as today preserves the bush era tax cuts for individuals who earn less than $400,000 a year and households earning less than $450,000. it extends unemployment benefits for a year and does not do a bunch of other stuff. it passed by a comfortable margin but only because a majority of yes votes came from democrats. 172 democrats voted in favor. 16 opposed. 151 republicans voted against the bill. only 85 voted in favor. in recent year
that was filled with cars of commuters who use the marc train here. the good news for them is the city rescued their cars and towed them out. the bad news is the commuters parked there went around cones set up just for this reason because these lots were expected to flood. so they'll have to pay to get their cars back. commuter car rescue courtesy of the city of laurel, about a dozen cars saved by the tow hook. elsewhere employees in low lying businesses were ordered to get out, about 250 people moved during the day. the patuxent river rising slowly as the washington suburban sanitary commission was forced to open the floodgates at its upstream dams to release an unexpected pulse of floodwater from last night's rains. craig moe is laurel's mayor. >> we're hoping for the best and we'll see what happens as the night goes. it's going to be a long day for a lot of us here. >> reporter: earlier in the day a sad discovery in a makeshift riverside tent camp populated by homeless people just off route 198. the body of a woman who was last seen alive a couple hours earlier by another camper who urged
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